Would You Like to Learn How to Manage Your Soil for Best Results?

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Would you like to get the best results from your gardens? Does your soil need to be improved? Would you like to learn how to test your soil? Are you uncertain of the best way to amend your soil, or if it needs amendment?

Join Horticulture Agent Susan Hawkins to learn how to test your soil, interpret your soil test results, and amend your soil for the best results. Participants will learn why soil pH is important for plant health, common issues in soil management, differences in types of fertilizer, and how to improve soil for the best results.

This class is appropriate both for homeowners and for market gardeners and small fruit growers.

The class will be on Thursday, September 29th at 3:00 p.m. The class will be in a hybrid format and will be presented both in person and over Zoom. We will meet in person at the Davie County Public Library at 371 N. Main St., Mocksville, NC. For those who prefer to attend virtually, a Zoom link will be provided. 

Register through Eventbrite. Call 336-753-6100 or email smhawkin@ncsu.edu with questions.